Real Numbers

Real Numbers

  1. Review the difference between positive, negative, natural, integer, and whole numbers.

  2. Explain the difference between rational and irrational numbers.

  3. Present how to classify real numbers.

  4. Demonstrate how to graph Real numbers on a number line.

  5. Present how to write repeating decimals as fractions.

  6. Present how to simplify square roots.

  7. Present methods for estimating square roots.

This packet should help a learner seeking to understand and review real numbers.

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Natural Numbers

This defines and gives examples of natural numbers.

Source: PeterElgie

Whole Numbers

Section needs to be added on whole numbers {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.}. This does not iclude negative integers.

Source: Parmanand Jagnandan

Positive & Negative Numbers

This video explains what positive and negative numbers are, what they represent, and how they are represented on a number line.

Source: Dr. C

Rational Numbers

This video defines and gives examples of rational numbers.

Source: JasmineWanek

Irrational Numbers

This video defines and gives examples of irrational numbers and also compares irrational numbers to rational numbers.

Source: Todd

Real Numbers

This video defines real numbers.

Source: Todd

Converting Repeating Decimals to Fractions

Needs to be added by packet author.

Source: Parmanand Jagnandan

Simplifying Square Roots

This video shows how to simplify square roots when given an answer from a calculator.

Source: JoeBaxter

Estimating Square Roots

This video demonstrates process of estimating the square root of a number.

Source: Aaron